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Sedona Sunset Colorblaze Coleus
Sedona Sunset Colorblaze Coleus

Sedona Sunset Colorblaze Coleus

$5.99

Add impact to your container combinations or landscape planting with Coleus COLORBLAZE® SEDONA SUNSET.  The fiery copper orange foliage adds a blaze of color to the landscape. Mix with other coleus for a dramatic display. Considered an annual plant in our zone 7.

Care:

The optimum amount of sun or shade each plant needs to thrive: Full Sun (6+ hours), Part Sun (4-6 hours), Full Shade (up to 4 hours). The COLORBLAZE® family of Coleus have been breed to bloom late in the season. To keep the foliage as the main attraction, you may pinch off the flowers if you wish. T

Growth Habit:

Grows 24 - 40 Inches tall & 18 - 36 Inches at maturity.

Toxicity:

The coleus plant can be poisonous to your cat, even if it simply brushes up against the leaves or flowers. Coleus contains an essential oil toxic to cats and dogs, which can cause skin irritations and burns if not diagnosed and treated right away. Coleus has low toxicity for most animals, so deer or other animals rarely eat it.


Add impact to your container combinations or landscape planting with Coleus COLORBLAZE® SEDONA SUNSET.  The fiery copper orange foliage adds a blaze of color to the landscape. Mix with other coleus for a dramatic display. Considered an annual plant in our zone 7.

The optimum amount of sun or shade each plant needs to thrive: Full Sun (6+ hours), Part Sun (4-6 hours), Full Shade (up to 4 hours). The COLORBLAZE® family of Coleus have been breed to bloom late in the season. To keep the foliage as the main attraction, you may pinch off the flowers if you wish. T

Grows 24 - 40 Inches tall & 18 - 36 Inches at maturity.

The coleus plant can be poisonous to your cat, even if it simply brushes up against the leaves or flowers. Coleus contains an essential oil toxic to cats and dogs, which can cause skin irritations and burns if not diagnosed and treated right away. Coleus has low toxicity for most animals, so deer or other animals rarely eat it.